The coordination of bimanual prehension movements in a centrally deafferented patient.
Many everyday tasks require that we use our hands co-operatively, for example, when unscrewing a jar. For tasks where both hands are required to perform the same action, a common motor programme can be used. However, where each hand needs to perform a different action, some degree of independent control of each hand is required. We examined the coordination of bimanual movement kinematics in a female patient recovering from a cerebrovascular accident involving anterior regions of the parietal...Expand abstract
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